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say holmes calmly set off some kind of device and began firing randomly and terrified moviegoers. people desperately tried to flee, in some cases, helping victims get out. in other cases, simply running for their lives. police say 71 were shot and 12 were killed. james holmes was arrested without a struggle in his car outside the theatre. police say holmes warned he rigged his apartment with explosives and in fact, his apartment has been booby trapped with explosives and trip wires. joining me now the chris jansing. chris, thank you for being with us. i know you just got there. just on to the scene. is there anything new and what is the mood there right now in aurora? >> well, as you can imagine, especially for people who lived in this area, back in 1999, this is all too familiar. we're just 12 miles down the road from the scene of the columbine shooting and it's been a horrific day. so many people who came to the scene of the shooting, trying to find out what had happened to loved ones, had they been in that particular theatre? had they been injured, been victims of the shooting
verification of that, that james holmes, the 24-year-old suspect, did indeed tell police he was the joker, but why is the outstanding question, ron. >> we've got 12 people dead, 71 reported wounded. is there any word as far as the wounded, how many of those 71 might be critically wounded? >> i just talked to some people who were at the hospital, the major hospital where the victims had been brought and they say they're being very closed mouthed. you can understand why and that is because a lot of the family members are trying to be contacted and so, we really don't know. we do know that some people have already been discharged, including a baby who was less than a year old who was inside the theatre, but as far as how many maybe seriously, maybe have life threatening injury, i haven't seen that yet. >> one thing o that occurs to me, is how did he get into the theatre with the kevlar vest and guns and everything else? is it the case that he got in first, then left through a back door, got the guns and body armor and came back in there the exit? >> that was the obvious question because as y
movie "the dark knight rises." a man named james holmes walked through a door with a bulletproof vest, a gas mask, a throat protector, a groin protector and black gloves. police say he was also carrying three weapons. a rifle, shotgun and a handgun. witnesses say holmes calmly set off some kind of device and began firing randomly and terrified moviegoers. cell phone images captured the panicked scene as people desperately tried to flee the theater in some cases helping victims get out. in other cases simply running for their lives. in the end, police say 71 people were shot and at least 12 have been killed. james holmes was arrested without a struggle at his car just outside the theater. in addition, police say holmes warned he had rigged his apartment with explosives and in fact, police say holmes' apartment has been booby-trapped with sophisticated explosives and trip wires. joining me now from aurora, colorado, is chris jansing. thanks for joining us on this difficult day. what is the latest there from aurora, colorado? >> we are learning more and more about the situation. [ no aud
were shot and at least 12 have been killed. james holmes was arrested without a struggle at his car just outside the theater. in addition, police say holmes warned he had rigged his apartment with explosives and in fact, police say holmes' apartment has been booby-trapped with sophisticated explosives and trip wires. joining me now from aurora, colorado, is chris jansing. thanks for joining us on this difficult day. what is the latest there from aurora, colorado? >> we are learning more and more about the situation. [ no audio ] . >> thank you, chris jansing. obviously a little technical problem there. earlier tonight i had a chance to speak with jennifer seeger who was in that movie theater when gunfire erupted. i asked her to describe what happened. >> yeah. at the point where he took his first fire into the ceiling, i knew those were real bullets. he wasn't messing around. it was terrifying. i go in there to watch a movie and i come out with blood on me and dead bodies all around me. and gun shots. all by one man. you know what i mean? it's absolutely ludicrous to me how somebody
for james holmes. there's that look. can you see that right now? can you see that dr. brennan. >> i do not have it on a monitor but i can see the picture. >> wide eyed, almost affectless. what do you make of that shot? what does that tell you? almost nonemotional, i guess you'd say. >> again, it's different from his other pictures we've seen previously of this well man toured, good looking young man. now we have this kind of wild eyed look. that may be suggestive of mental health problems. but more likely again think about the use of some illicit substance or abuse of prescription medication to give that type of appearance. >> let's go to corbin dates, a witness in the second row of that theater. thank you for joining us tonight. what did you feel when you saw the picture of that guy in court today, corbin, james holmes. >> i'd say as soon as i was watching the trial on cnn today, i felt completely numb. i felt no emotion whatsoever when i was looking at the face of the gunman. >> did he look dangerous to you? did he remind you of what you saw in the theater? >> honestly, looking at hi
have to go to dr. brennan. what did you make of the picture we saw in the courtroom of james holmes. did he give you any indication he had a problem? >> well, chris, it's very difficult to tell from a picture. we don't know a lot about him. i haven't interviewed him. certainly the things that stand out, of course, is the red hair, which may be symbolic at the time police picked him up and the joker. and his eyes. right away looking at his eyes looks different from other pictures. we immediately suspect the possibility of some type of drug abuse. >> would he have access to drugs or be in withdrawal or what do you mean at this point? >> some drugs are long acting. certainly he may still be under the influence of some drug at a later date or may have been given drugs in jail to calm him down. if he has a major mental disorder he may have a major tranquilizer in his system to calm down and deal with the dilution. those drugs give one the appearance of being wide eyed or like we saw in court, drowsy, lethargic, falling asleep. >> let's get to the arapahoe county sheriff's office release
to carry out that and the lack of a conscious. today we got the tiers good look at james holmes, the man in custody for this hard crime. two questions, could we spot it ahead of time? you know the saying guns don't kill people do. what about this person? second question, did ben franklin and others with all their foresight imagine anyone would tote around a weapon like this or were they thinking someone from the neighborhood carrying a musket. was the original intent of founding fathers have people stroll into theaters carrying the kind of firepower this one did. can anyone honestly argue this? >>> and penn state's happy valley isn't going to be happy for a while. first the statue of joe paterno jo pa as we called him. open season for players to transfer where they can. oh, yeah, a lot fewer scholarships and a huge fine besides. >>> let's go right now to this mass murder in colorado. with me is corbin dates who was in the movie theater. also a forensic psychologist and co-director for the institute of behavioral sciences and law. thank you, dr. brennan. let's start with corbin dates. we
to kill all those people and it is a factor in holmes' ability to kill all those people. if he could not get his hands on a semiautomatic weapon, he wouldn't have been able to kill and injure 70 people. there's no way in that period of time he would have been able to do it. and it makes sense. are we going to be able to eliminate these incidents? no. can we limit the harm? absolutely, yes, we can limit the harm. and as a civilized society, we have no choice but to do it. if our politicians don't have the guts to do it, shame on them. >> governor, as you know, the 100 clips is already illegal. imagine if one or two people -- >> but 33 clips. loughner had a 33-clip magazine. and that was legal. that was legal. 33. 33. >> my guess, governor, is that there are at least two or three people in that theater that night who had a concealed carry weapon who didn't bring their weapon into century 16 because it wasn't allowed as a gun-free zone and they wished to god they had that weapon. and i think -- >> that would have been wonderful. we would have had in the dark a shoot-out battle. do you k
. >>> here's what's happening. accused colorado shooter james holmes is being treated by a psychiatrist at the university. >>> a website launched where they want to give an honest description of george zimmerman and they ask for donations. >>> the school bus monitor bullied by her students is retiring after receiving three quarters of a million dollars in donations. now back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." u.s. congresswoman michele bachmann, who was invented here i think calls to look whether the muslim brotherhood is infiltrating our government here. she has created a battle within the republican party those who think the accused including top aide huma abedin are fair game. and those who do not think this is fair at all. this comes in the face of new polling shows the majority of americans are not willing to say obama is christian. it also grows depending on ideology. no surprise there. reverend c. welton gaddy is president of the interfaith alliance, one of more than 40 organizations that have written bachmann and her allies to protest. and writer for news week and fo
's happening. colorado shooter james holmes was indicted earlier. that gives prosecutors different options to potentially pursue the death penalty. >>> kent state university student is told to stay away from the school after a post he said he would shoot up the campus. >>> the dow fell two and change. the nasdaq lost 12. now back to "hardball." >>> i like governor palin. i've met her. i know her. she's an attractive candidate, but based on her background, she'd only been governor for two years. i don't think she passed that test. >> being ready? >> being ready to take over. and i think that was a mistake. >> welcome back to "hardball." he's back. of course dick cheney's wading back into the thick of republican publics today. senator mccain could have done without the input here. but let's listen to it. >> well, i'm always glad to get comments four years later. >> what is cheney up to right now in his own right? it's no accident he turned up on tv for his first interview since his transplant. but what does he want? sam stein covers politics for the "huffington post." i want to start with yo
, james holmes will be formally charged in the movie shooting in aurora, colorado. now back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." u.s. congresswoman michele bachmann, who was invented here i think calls to look whether the muslim brotherhood is infiltrating our government here. she has created a battle within the republican party those who think the accused including top aide huma abedin are fair game. and those who do not think this is fair at all. this comes in the face of new polling shows the majority of americans are not willing to say obama is christian. it also grows depending on ideology. no surprise there. reverend c. welton gaddy is president of the interfaith alliance, one of more than 40 organizations that have written bachmann and her allies to protest. and writer for news week and for the daily beast. reverend, i want to get to the heart of this thing. here you have michele bachmann, a member of the house intelligence committee zeroing in on one of hillary clinton's closest aides and saying that she ought to be investigated because she has relatives that are questi
holmes to the university of colorado's medical campus. it contained writings about killing people. >>> and police are investigating cal ripken's mother. she was abducted yesterday. >>> the dow gained 59, the s&p was flat. the nasdaq fell nine. now back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." you don't need to be a weather man to tell how hot it's been getting outside, but if you feel the long hot days of summer and those unseasonably warm falls, winters, and springs are more frequent than ever, you're not wrong. last year was the warmest recorded. all occurred within the last decade and a half. take a look at what happened in greenland over just a couple of days earlier this month. nasa used satellites to study ice melt in the country and 40% thawed on july 8th. . just four days later, 97% of the country's ice sheet was melting. the largest area in more than three decades of satellite study. we've got a lot of facts here. it is exactly what people against global warming would happen. and many republicans in congress deny climate change science. now an environmental advocacy
. authorities have recovered a package sent by accused theater package james holmes to the university of colorado's medical campus in aurora, it contained writings about killing people. >>> court papers show kerry kennedy had ambien in her system after her recent traffic accident in westchester. >>> and kim jong-un is married. now we'll send you back to "hardball." >>> welcome back to "hardball." you don't need to be a weather man to tell how hot it's been getting outside, but if you feel the long hot days of summer and those unseasonably warm falls, winters, and springs are more frequent than ever, you're not wrong. last year was the warmest ever recorded. and the 13 hottest days on record all occurred weren't last decade and a half. take a look at what happened in greenland over just a couple of days earlier this month. nasa used satellites to study ice melt in the country and 40% thawed on july 8th. that's about average for a greenland summer 37 just four days later, 97% of the country's ice sheet was melting. the largest area in more than three decades of satellite study. we've go
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